AEON Distributes 30000 Bubur Lambuk

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AEON Distributes Over 30,000 Bubur Lambuk for Ramadan  

AEON has a long-standing tradition of conducting its bubur lambuk program, which aims to engage with the community and share the festive spirit, particularly with AEON supermarket visitors and those in need.

AEON has a long-standing tradition of conducting its bubur lambuk program, which aims to engage with the community and share the festive spirit, particularly with AEON supermarket visitors and those in need.

Kuala Lumpur, 27 March 2024 – AEON enlivens the atmosphere of this year’s Ramadan by distributing over 30,000 packs of bubur lambuk across 34 branches nationwide. The staged event runs from 23 to 31 March 2024. 

AEON’s bubur lambuk program is a traditional event that has been carried out by AEON for a long time. It aims to engage with the community while sharing the festive spirit with the public, especially to all AEON supermarket visitors and those in need. 

According to Dr. Kasuma Satria Bin Mat Jadi, Chief Human Resources Officer and Director of Corporate Communications AEON, “Besides fostering our relationship with the community, this activity also enhances the bond among AEON members. We are grateful because this year marks AEON’s 40th anniversary in the hearts of consumers in this country. Therefore, we want to celebrate this Ramadan with even more gratitude. This program is AEON’s way of expressing gratitude to all customers who have been with AEON all this time,” he said. 

Every step of preparation and distribution of bubur lambuk for this program is done collaboratively by AEON staff along with the local community and authorities. 

Among the programs that have taken place is the Ramadan Journey Program held at AEON Mall Kota Bharu Kelantan on 23 March 2024. In this program, AEON Mall Kota Bharu distributed 1,500 packs of bubur lambuk to visitors and families in need. 

This program is a collaboration between AEON Mall Kota Bharu, Kelantan State Fire & Rescue Department, F&B Berhad Product Manufacturer Cooperative, Kelab KB Underground, and several other AEON business partners. 

Meanwhile, the Malaysia AEON Foundation (MAF) also distributed 1,000 packs of bubur lambuk to patients, visitors, and frontline workers at Tunku Azizah Hospital in Kuala Lumpur through the AEON Mesra Ramadan program. 

MAF is AEON’s corporate social responsibility branch that implements various assistance and support programs for communities in need. 

“At AEON, we always prioritise the well-being of our surrounding community. We aim to make AEON not only a shopping destination but also a company that consistently supports its ecosystem through sustainable and healthy community programs. We are grateful to have been in operation for 40 years and want to celebrate this success with our customers by continuing to bring smiles and win hearts,” Kasuma added. 

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